The figurehead was carved in Hong Kong and was mounted on the Rendezvous Cruiser: the bathtub entry for the Diners' Rendezvous restaurant. The distinctive red tub could be seen speeding around the harbour in the late 1960's and early 1970's
File consists of a letter from Chad Reimer to Ron Denman, Director of the Chilliwack Museum and Archives recommending a suggested location for a plaque marking Chilliwack's former Chinatown. The letter includes a map marking desired location.
Manuscript entitled "Chilliwack's Chinatowns: A History" by Chad Reimer, PhD. The manuscript was published into a book of the same name by the Chinese Canadian Historical Society and the Initiative for Student Teaching and Research in Chinese Canadian Studies at the University of BC in September, 2011.
The fonds consists of the manuscript, published book and research series of files for the publication entitled "Chilliwack's Chinatowns: A History", by Chad Reimer, PhD. The manuscript was published by the Chinese Canadian Historical Society of British Columbia and the Initiative for Student Teaching and Research in Chinese Canadian Studies at the Univerisity of British Columbia in 2011.
File contains copies of 1901, 1911 Census with information pertaining to households in Chinatown North. Also contained are both city maps and author's hand drawn maps with information specific to those Chinese individuals living in proximity to Chinatown North.